Do you remember when you were about 5 years old, and how mom and dad used to dole out how much of anything you could get at any given time? Remember when you were only allowed to have a little bit at a time, because when you were a child, you used to want much more than you would eat or use?
Well, dining in Philippines is sort of like re-living the days of childhood. You will seldom find any condiments on the table. Go anywhere else in the world and you’ll have all the common condiments at the table, containers well filled and plenty of everything you need while you enjoy a meal. But not in Philippines! Not even the most commonly used condiments. Why? Because Filipinos feel the need to be like the parents, while at the same time, they are so incredibly childish if they are the ones dining. The reason why they don’t put condiments on the tables is because, just like themselves, they know people will empty the containers into something they bring with them to take home. The restaurant owners and workers know this, because they know it’s what they do themselves. Therefore, condiments are doled out in small portions, just like mom and dad did when you were 5 years old.
They are not mature enough to use just what they need while dining. They think that if it’s there, it’s for the taking. What a bunch of stupid idiots. So that’s why when you need soy sauce, they dole it out to you in little saucers….just enough to get by. Forget about ever finding salt and pepper on the tables. And if you request some, it will usually come in a small container, just enough doled out, and you have to use your fingers to pinch it onto your food. What a bunch of dumb fucks. A restaurant without salt shakers is just like a Filipino with a brain…it’s rare!!
Now lets talk about table napkins. They are usually doled out as well, 1 tiny thin little rectangle about 2 inches wide by 3 inches tall, and they are usually so thin and so small that with the first wipe it dissolves in your fingers, and you are quickly requesting more. They are essentially USELESS!
What the dumb-as-fuck Filipinos don’t realize is, that it’s just a fucking customer inconvenience (which shit-for-brains Filipinos are experts at) to make the customer have to use 10 tiny little tissues that fall apart in 1 wipe instead of providing 1 or 2 larger, thicker quality napkins that can be used throughout the meal. What you end up with is a table full of 50 or 60 tiny little wadded up balls of tissue all over the table, instead of a few larger, better quality napkins being used throughout the meal. Again, Filipinos are complete imbeciles.
Moving on to the meal. Let’s say you order a couple appetizers, some main courses, a few side dishes…maybe a salad or two. Here’s the stupidity; some places the food will start coming out right away (which tells me it wasn’t prepared to order, and by the taste, tempurature, and texture, it’s obviously been sitting in some kind of warming device for who knows how many hours. And what comes first? The main courses. 5 or 10 minutes later, then you’ll get the appetizers, and at some point in between, your salad will show up, if not the last thing brought out. Again, what a bunch of stupid fucking morons Filipinos are.
Anyone with even a measurable level of intelligence knows that APPETIZERS AND SALADS COME FIRST!!
But Filipinos are too fucking stupid and lazy to learn how to time out an order and know what comes first. Filipinos are too fucking childish and immature and completely dishonest to know that the condiments are for use during your meal, not to take home. Idiots.
When I go to a restaurant, I’m a grown man. I don’t need people to dole out condiments in the tiniest of portions to me. I’m not a fucking child. Maybe the rest of you Filo idiots are, but I’m not. So learn to use only what you need, and leave some for the next customer you stupid fucking imbeciles! Might also help to learn what an appetizer is if you’re going to run a restaurant. Fuckin’ idiots.Published in